Boxing Results, Highlights: Devin Honey became the undisputed champion with a decisive victory over George Campos.

Devin Honey was set to travel to Australia on Saturday night to fight with George Campos Jr. for the undeniable lightweight championship. It was a very lucrative decision for Honey as she dominated the Cambodia in 12 rounds to win all four World Championships at 135.

Honey became the ninth fighter to combine all four recognized titles in any weight class and the second youngest at 23 years old.

There was very little play in the match, and Honey immediately established a magnificent jab, which always prevents Campos from his offense. When Jab landed, Honey threw the lead left hooks and his right hand straight behind it, each shot encouraging the composer to let go with his right hand, which he seemed to have loaded all night.

In the end, with the official scorecards of 116-112, 116-112 and 118-110, Honey decided unanimously and won.

“I disabled him in his best game,” Honey said after the fight. “He wanted to land the upper right and the big left hook. I crippled him. I fought both ways. I’m going to fight his right hand when I go left. When I go right, I’m going to fight with him. Hook. He can not land either of them.”

Honey holds the WBA, IBF and WBO world titles and was the WBC franchise champion when Honey entered the WBC Championship. Now, Honey leaves with all the gold and a bright future ahead of him.

CBS Sports was with you throughout Saturday for both events, so be sure to follow the live results and highlights below.

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Results, Highlights

  • Devin Honey (c) Def. George Campos Jr. unanimously decided (116-112, 116-112, 118-110)
  • Stephen Fulton (c) Def. By Daniel Roman Consensus (119-109, 120-108, 120-108)

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